Clemson junior tight end Brandon Ford is playing the best ball of his career. Growing up in South Carolina Brandon is very familiar with the importance of Saturday night’s game.
“It is a big game. Growing up as a kid someone in the house usually likes Clemson and someone likes USC. I actually started the opposite coming into high school and then switched over after talking to my coaches and stuff. It is a big game. It is a game that will help us accomplish a lot of things with our tenth win and to just get back on track after having a difficult three weeks. I think guys will be ready to play. It means a lot to some of the guys with the whole rivalry thing. I just think it is going to be another starting point just like it was when we first started off the season to get back on track,” said Ford.
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